A Shift in Food Delivery Culture

Sushi Yamazato

Ukiyo-e prints depicted scenes of delivery service of soba noodles and other items, suggesting that such style of delivery was common even in the Edo period. Not only is it convenient, the joy of receiving food at the right time is something that has not changed over time. At Sushi Yamazato, menu is prepared using the best seasonal ingredients carefully selected from the market and food is delivered with the skills and spirit of Edo-mae (classic Tokyo-style). We hope you can imagine the same atmosphere and taste at the restaurant counter, in the comfort of your own home.

 


One of the delivery menus, “Temaki Sushi” is a set for two people (*) made up of more than 20 types of ingredients, decorated in a visually appealing manner, and combined with vinegared rice with red vinegar and fragrant Ariake nori laver seaweed. From Negitoro, which has a different aroma and sweetness from the usual tuna, kelp-wrapped red sea bream, Kohada, broiled conger eel, and other seafood, to vegetables and pickled vegetables, while diners try to figure out what to do with the ingredients carefully chosen and prepared by “Sushi Yamazato”, they get to enjoy the exceptional process of wrapping and eating these ingredients at the same time. Sushi roll is said to have originated from tuna sushi roll in the Edo period, but it is now a popular family dish as it goes well with any ingredients. The dish will be delivered in a round bowl so that everyone can gathering around and enjoy the meal together.

* In addition to the ingredients, the set includes 400g of vinegared rice, 20 sheets of half-cut dried nori laver seaweed, wasabi, and sweet pickled gingers.

One of the delivery menus, “Temaki Sushi” is a set for two people (*) made up of more than 20 types of ingredients, decorated in a visually appealing manner, and combined with vinegared rice with red vinegar and fragrant Ariake nori laver seaweed. From Negitoro, which has a different aroma and sweetness from the usual tuna, kelp-wrapped red sea bream, Kohada, broiled conger eel, and other seafood, to vegetables and pickled vegetables, while diners try to figure out what to do with the ingredients carefully chosen and prepared by “Sushi Yamazato”, they get to enjoy the exceptional process of wrapping and eating these ingredients at the same time. Sushi roll is said to have originated from tuna sushi roll in the Edo period, but it is now a popular family dish as it goes well with any ingredients. The dish will be delivered in a round bowl so that everyone can gathering around and enjoy the meal together.

* In addition to the ingredients, the set includes 400g of vinegared rice, 20 sheets of half-cut dried nori laver seaweed, wasabi, and sweet pickled gingers.


* Click here to see the menu of Sushi Yamazato.